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Author: Richard J Arneson
Publisher: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, Vt., USA : Edward Elgar Pub. ; Brookfield, Vt., USA : Distributed in the United States by Ashgate Pub. Co., ©1992.
Series: Elgar reference collection.; Schools of thought in politics, no. 2.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Arneson
ISBN: 1852783486 9781852783488
OCLC Number: 24871146
Description: 3 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Volume IPart I: Locke and Lockean LiberalismA Locke's Writings1. John Locke, The Second Treatise of Government, chapters I-IX.2. Hanna Pitkin (1965), `Obligation and Consent - I.'3. John G. Bennett (1979) `A Note of Locke's Theory of Tacit Consent.'4. Charles R. Beitz (1980), `Tacit Consent and Property Rights.'5. Joshua Cohen (1986), `Structure, Choice and Legitimacy: Locke's Theory of the State.'C Lockean Property Rights6. Allan Gibbard (1976), `Natural Property Rights.'7. Hillel Steiner (1977), `The Natural Right to the Means of Production.'8. Hillel Steiner (1981), `Liberty and Equality.'9. Eric Mack (1983), `Distributive Justice and the Tensions of Lockeanism.'D Are There Obligations to Government Not Based on Consent?10. Robert Nozick (1974), `The Principle of Fairness.'11. Richard J. Arneson (1982), `The Principle of Fairness and Free-Rider Problems.'12. Brian Barry (1980), `Justice as Reciprocity.`Part II Rousseau and KantA Rousseau13. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1975), The Social Contract and Discourses, Book I chapters I-VIII.14. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1975), The Social Contract and Discourses, Book II, chapters I-VII.15. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1975), The Social Contract and Discourses, Book III, chapters I-III and XII-XV.16. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1975), The Social Contract and Discourses, Book IV, chapters I-III and VIII.17. Andrew Levine (1976), `The 'Fundamental Problem' of Political Philosophy and Its 'Solution'.'18. W.G. Runciman and Amartya K. Sen (1965), `Games, Justice and the General Will.'19. H.D. Lewis (1978), `Freedom and Authority in Rousseau.'20. David M. Estlund (1989), `The Persistent Puzzle of the Minority Democrat.'21. J.I. MacAdam (1972), `The Discourse on Inequality and the Social Contract.`22. Anthony Skillen (1985), `Rousseau and the Fall of Social Man.'B Kant23. Immanuel Kant (1970), `An Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment?`24. Immanuel Kant (1923), `Transition from Popular Moral Philosophy to the Metaphysics of Morals.'25. Christine M. Korsgaard (1986), `Kant's Formula of Universal Law.'26. Thomas E. Hill, Jr. (1980), `Humanity as an End in Itself.'27. Christine M. Korsgaard (1986), `The Right to Lie:Kant on Dealing with Evil.'28. Onora O'Neill (1985), `Between Consenting Adults.'29. Barbara Herman (1984), `Mutual Aid and Respect for Persons.'30. Thomas W. Pogge (1988), `Kant's Theory of Justice.'31. Joel Feinberg (1973) `The Idea of a Free Man.'C Women's Rights in Rousseau and Kant32. Susan Moller Okin (1981), `Women and the Making of the Sentimental Family.'Volume IIPart I Utlitarian LiberalismA Nineteenth-Century Writings1. Jeremy Bentham (1970), `Of the Principle of Utility.'2. Jeremy Bentham (1970), `Cases Unmeet for Punishment.'3. Jeremy Bentham (1970), `Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence.'4. John Stuart Mill (1970), `Introductory.'5. John Stuart Mill (1974), `Of Individuality, as One of the Elements of Well-Being.'6. John Stuart Mill (1974), `On the Connection Between Justice and Utility.'7. John Stuart Mill (1974), `The Criterion of a Good Form of Government.'8. John Stuart Mill (1974), `That the ideally Best Form of Government is Representative Government.'9. John Stuart Mill (1980), The Subjection of Women, 3-29.B Twentieth-Century Commentary10. Julia Annas (1977), `Mill and the Subjection of Women.'11. D.G. Brown (1972), `Mill on Liberty and Morality.'12. Russell Hardin (1986), `The Utilitarian Logic of Liberalism.'13. H.L.A. Hart (1979), `Between Utility and Rights.'14. David Lyons (1977), `Human Rights and the General Welfare.'15. H.J. McCloskey (1963), `Mill's Liberalism.'16. Michael S. MacPherson (1982), `Mill's Moral Theory and the Problem of Preference Change.'Part II Libertarian Liberalism17. Herbert Spencer, `The Coming Slavery.'18. Herbert Spencer, `The Great Political Superstition.'19. Herbert Spencer, 'From Freedom to Bondage.'20. Jan Narveson (1984), `Equality vs. Liberty: Advantage, Liberty.'21. Thomas Nagel (1975), `Libertarianism without Foundations.'Part III Social-Democratic LiberalismA Origins22. L.T. Hobhouse (1964), `The Elements of Liberalism.'23. L.T. Hobhouse (1964), `The Heart of Liberalism.'24. L.T. Hobhouse (1964), `The State and the Individual.'25. L.T. Hobhouse (1964), `Economic Liberalism.'26. R.H. Tawney (1920), The Sickness of an Acquisitive Society, chapters II-VI.B Recent Formulations27. John Rawls (1975), `A Kantian Conception of Equality.'28. Philip Petit (1987), 'Towards a Social Democratic Theory of the State.'29. Desmond S. King and Jeremy Waldron (1988), `Citizenship, Social Citizenship and the Defence of Welfare Provision.'C Beyond the Welfare State?30. Robert J. van der Veen and Philippe van Parijs (1986), `A Capitalist Road to Communism.'Volume IIIWhat is Liberalism?A Toleration and the Harm Principle1. Joel Feinberg (1973), `'Harmless Immoralities' and Offensive Nuisances.'2. H.J. McCloskey, (1974), `Liberalism.'3. David A. Conway (1974), `Law, Liberty and Indecency.'4. Anthony Ellis (1984), `Offense and the Liberal Conception of the Law.'5. Joel Feinberg (1983), `Autonomy, Sovereignty and Privacy: Moral Ideas in the Constitution?'B Toleration and the Legitimacy of the State6. Michael Walzer (1984), `Liberalism and the Art of Separation.'7. Jeremy Waldron (1987), `Theoretical Foundations of Liberalism.'8. Bruce Ackerman (1989), `Why Dialogue ?'9. Gerald Dworkin (1974), `Non-neutral Principles.'10. John Rawls (1987), `The Idea of an Overlapping Consensus.'11. Richard Rorty (1983), `Postmodernist Bourgeois Liberalism.'12. Michael Sandel (1984), `Morality and the Liberal Idea.'13. Alasdair MacIntyre (1984), `Is Patriotism a Virtue ?'14. William Galston (1982), `Defending Liberalism.'15. Will Kymlicka (1988), `Liberalism and Communitarianism.'16. Thomas Nagel (1987), `Moral Conflict and Political Legitimacy.'17. Joseph Raz (1982), `Liberalism, Autonomy and the Politics of Neutral Concern.'C Liberalism, Race and Sex18. Richard Wasserstrom (1977), `Racism, Sexism and Preferential Treatment: An Approach to the Topics.'19. J.R. Lucas (1973), `Because you are a Woman.'20. George Sher (1983), `Our Preferences, Ourselves.'21. Susan Moller Okin (1987), `Justice and Gender.'22. Elizabeth S. Anderson (1990), `Is Women's Labor a Commodity?'D Liberalism and Distributive Justice23. Amartya Sen (1980), `Equality of What?'24. Jan Narveson (1983), `On Dworkinian Equality.'25. Ronald Dworkin (1983), `Comment on Narveson:In Defense of Equality.'26. Charles Fried (1983), `Distributive Justice.'27. G A Cohen (1989), `On the Currency of Egalitarian Justice.'28. Michael Walzer (1973), `In Defense of Equality.'
Series Title: Elgar reference collection.; Schools of thought in politics, no. 2.
Responsibility: edited by Richard J. Arneson.


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